Peter of Auvergne: University Master of the 13th Century by Christoph Flüeler,Lidia Lanza,Marco Toste

By Christoph Flüeler,Lidia Lanza,Marco Toste

peter of Auvergne (+1304) is likely one of the best and such a lot influential commentators of the school of Arts on the college of Paris, on the finish of the thirteenth century Peter really moved to the higher theological college, the place he argued a few quodlibeta.
This quantity of convention court cases represents the 1st exam of the paintings of Peter of Auvergne as a complete. moreover, biographical info has been interpreted in new methods. a few of the contributions current learn on points of his commentaries at the logical, average philosophical, metaphysical, moral, and political works of Aristotle, in addition to facets of his theological works. A comparability with contemporaneous authors demonstrates that Peter offers a completely specific line of suggestion and that earlier classifications has to be differentiated or maybe discarded. moreover, Peter develops an stunning heritage of reception with a few of his works that endured into early modernity.

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